The second Kin Hong Seafood Festival, which aims to promote the consumption of sustainable seafood, is taking place throughout the month of September, with over 100 restaurants participating. Each restaurant is featuring specific items on their menu made using responsibly sourced seafood as a way to raise awareness about where our seafood comes from. To make it easier for everyone to show their support, the Kin Hong Seafood Festival has partnered with Deliveroo Hong Kong, who will be delivering sustainable seafood dishes from a few select restaurants straight to your doorstep – so you can be part of the festival from your own home!
Promoting a healthy lifestyle, modern Chinese restaurant Sohofama uses organic, chemical-free ingredients for their food. A collaboration project with Hong Kong lifestyle brand G.O.D. (Goods of Desire), the eatery introduces a blend of traditional and fusion Chinese dishes to emphasise modern, health-conscious living.
Sustainable seafood option: local garoupa with a choice of black garlic or vegetables
Located in Causeway Bay, The Grill Room is an ideal choice for a casual, chilled-out dinner with family or friends, serving quality food at great prices. Their wide selection of grilled seafood and meat dishes can fix any type of craving you could possibly have, from traditional American burgers, to caramelised pork ribs, to jumbo tiger prawns.
Sustainable seafood option: slow-cooked salmon
More healthy food options for You ‘n’ I...also known as Youni. For those who are in search of a healthy meal at an affordable price, Youni offers freshly made dishes that cleanse the palate, with an appropriate balance of nutrients suited for your health and fitness goals. Their motto of 30/70 emphasises that 30 per cent of fitness comes from the gym, whilst the other 70 per cent comes from your diet – so enjoy a well-rounded diet to empower the body, mind and soul. From signature 24-hour slow-cooked “char siu” Danish pork with marinated egg rice to miso red snapper with cold soba, Youni offers a new spin on healthy Asian food for everyone.
Sustainable seafood option: miso hiko fillet
A healthy combination of fish + hysteria = Fishsteria! The quintessence of fine seafood, Fishsteria is brought to you by Chef Gianni Caprioli, who is also the talent behind Giando and Giá Trattoria Italiana. The stylish restaurant serves up an extensive selection of Italian dishes, specialising mainly in seafood.
Sustainable seafood options: marinated sardines with raspberry and bell pepper; grilled king prawns; pan-fried Patagonian toothfish with cauliflower and caviar; pan-fried Sicilian red prawns with tagliolini arrabiata; monkfish casserole with cider sauce, apple and potato
Creating an authentic Italian dining setting, filled with warmth and high-quality food straight from Italy, Chef Gianni Caprioli helms the kitchen at Giá Trattoria Italiana. The menu includes a wide range of quality seafood, with their food sourced with consideration towards the environment.
Sustainable seafood options: scallop carpaccio with green tomato and aged balsamic; spaghetti with sardines in classic Sicilian sauce; grilled whole Dover sole lightly breaded with aromatic garlic bread
If you‘re craving good wonton soup or authentic Chinese noodles, Wong Chi Kei is the place to go. Praised for their congee and variety of noodles, the local restaurant has been around since 1951 and is still going strong. Located in always buzzing Causeway Bay, the restaurant brings a more traditional vibe, with its old Hong Kong decor a perfect match for the fresh, homemade noodles.
Sustainable seafood option: Japanese steamed scallop with garlic
French-style restaurant 238 The Grill includes a fusion of food from all around Europe. Owned by a Dutch couple, the restaurant imports all their seafood straight from the Netherlands. Whether you’re in the mood for tapas or dinner-sized portions, this restaurant has it all, with a fine selection of wine to go with its grilled dishes.
Sustainable seafood options: mussels; plaice fillet
You‘re never too far from a Cali-Mex in Hong Kong – and we’re not complaining! Their California-style Mexican fast-food dishes include tacos, quesadillas, burritos, bowls and more, all of which allow diners to pick their preferred type of filling – with fish being one choice.
Sustainable seafood option: Baja fish taco
Hong Kong’s first Hawaiian poké shack, Pololi is one of the few restaurants in Hong Kong that serves food from the tropical island. Their bowls are an interesting fusion of traditional Polynesian and Japanese cuisine, with fresh seafood cuts used as a topping.
Sustainable seafood option: responsibly sourced salmon
Serving traditional Italian pastas and pizzas in a casual yet elegant setting, Carpaccio in TST‘s iSQUARE has a menu filled with dishes made from fresh, seasonal ingredients and some of the best thin-crust pizzas in Hong Kong. Their wine selection also doesn’t fall short, with select wines from all over the world.
Sustainable seafood option: oven-baked zucchini-crusted sustainable barramundi fillet with arugula mashed potato and light pesto sauce
Brought to you by Chef Michele Senigaglia from the DiVino Group, DiVino offers Italian food, Milan style – perfect to share with friends during a casual night out. Featuring authentic dishes and wines of Italian origin, it’s one of the most popular wine bars in Hong Kong.
Sustainable seafood option: baked 17-ounce Italian sea bass in crust of salt with garden salad and vegetables (dine in only)
DiVino Patio is one of the restaurants we love most for its authentic Italian cuisine and vibe, with its handmade pastas and pizzas, fresh cold cuts and and wheels of Parmesan cheese proving to be most popular. The lunch buffet is a steal!
Sustainable seafood options: salmon steak with French beans on mache salad with spicy mango salsa; Italian sea bass fillet in porcini crust with celeriac purée, baby carrots and port sauce
Located in TST with a large al fresco dining space and open kitchen, Spasso offers seasonal cocktails and seafood dishes where the fish comes fresh off the ice. Known as one of Hong Kong’s best Italian restaurants, it doesn’t fail to serve a wide spread of classic Italian dishes.
Sustainable seafood option: Mazara red prawn carpaccio with mango and green apple
This Parisian bistro offers a range of authentic French delicacies, suitable for a quick to-go meal or a nice sit-down lunch or dinner in their cute al-fresco-style seating area. With seafood an integral part of French cuisine, they offer various fish options.
Sustainable seafood options: oven-roasted sustainable cod fillet with coco de paimpol beans; steamed clams with pancetta, croutons and crispy garlic
Home to some of the spiciest Sichuan food in Hong Kong, Chilli Fagara offers a wide variety of traditional Chinese food made from fresh ingredients (including fresh chillies!). For those who wouldn’t dare to try out the burning spice, there’s always the option to pick some of the more mildly spiced dishes that appeal to just about everyone.
Sustainable seafood option: six-ounce lobster tail pan-fried with a choice of sauces